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Tokyo, Hong Kong, Seoul, Beijing on A380 Lufthansa- Cheap seats & Cashback!!
Tokyo, Hong Kong, Seoul, Beijing on A380 Lufthansa- Cheap seats & Cashback!!

Tokyo, Hong Kong, Seoul, Beijing on A380 Lufthansa- Cheap seats & Cashback!!

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Another cracker from Lufthansa here.

Flights to Japan are normally a couple of hundred more at least and Lufthansa are a good airline too. Also get a chance to fly on their new A380 fleet!

"A visit to the Great Wall of China, a stroll around the Jade or Bird Markets in Hong Kong or a walk through the Imperial Palace Gardens in Tokyo: delightful experiences that await you in Asia. And with Lufthansa there is another delightful experience - getting there: from 1 January to 15 February 2011 you can enjoy a great-value flight to Beijing and Tokyo on the new A380."

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Works OK for me.

Cold. All the flights I can find to HK are expensive. Cheaper on Cathay Pacific.

I tried many dates.....not getting this price....

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Im going! fcuk the sightseeing. The flights would be thrilling enough

Some of these are really good fares, a guy I know if flying to Narita next year using this deal and he booked it around a month ago I think.

The date range is no good for me though but I generally use another airline for Japan and Korea anyway.
Edited by: "Spark" 4th Aug 2010

Have some heat, our lad's just gone out to work in Japan and this is just what my wife will love for a Xmas pressie. Thanks alot.

I prefer flying direct to HK from LHR.

Last time I flew indirect, all my luggage got left behind at Paris CDG because they did not have time to transfer our luggage onto the Air France 777.


Edited by: "Speculator" 4th Aug 2010

Seems good, though I will have to muck about with the dates as didnt get anyehere near 419 for HK on first try :P

Heat added though

What a load of crap, I tried nearly every date for 45mins from Man>HKG>MAN which is supposed to be from £319inc taxes, there's nothing under about £650

Spark

Some of these are really good fares, a guy I know if flying to Narita … Some of these are really good fares, a guy I know if flying to Narita next year using this deal and he booked it around a month ago I think.The date range is no good for me though but I generally use another airline for Japan and Korea anyway.



We need to fly to Japan in October but the prices are so high at the moment. Any advice where to get a really good deal esp. direct flightS?

We need to fly to Japan in October but the prices are so high at the … We need to fly to Japan in October but the prices are so high at the moment. Any advice where to get a really good deal esp. direct flightS?



Primarily, I used to use Virgin but if you've only got limited room for manouvre with the dates you might still get stuck. I just paid £900 return from Korea (Emirates) because I had no choice with the dates and I was only booking a week in advance (never good) but usually in advance with a bit of flexibility you might get somthing around the 5-600 mark.

Aside from that, try netflights, and if all else fails, a travel agent. When I have run out of ideas they always seemed to find something. Good luck.

so wish i could book one of these. really wanna go to any of these destinations. just found beijing for £764 for 2 in Jan....gutted.

Couldn't find a A380 flight to hong kong, mostly B747 or A340. A380 seems more for Tokyo route.

A380 available on selected Tokyo and Beijing route only.
Edited by: "ipcam" 4th Aug 2010

chapchap

We need to fly to Japan in October but the prices are so high at the … We need to fly to Japan in October but the prices are so high at the moment. Any advice where to get a really good deal esp. direct flightS?



The only way you could fly there directly would be to go from Heathrow using JAL or Nippon Air and it wouldn't usually be cheap.

The cheapest flights usually seem to go via either Scandanavia or or Eastern Europe. You can also go from London to Incheon with Korean Air and then Incheon to Narita or Haneda which will get by far the biggest stretch out of the way first because Korea and Tokyo are only a couple of hundred miles apart so the flight across the Sea of Japan is only just under two hours. I'm assuming that you're looking at Tokyo by the way and not Osaka or somewhere off the island of Honshu.
Edited by: "Spark" 4th Aug 2010

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... I tried nearly every date for 45mins from ManHKGMAN which is supposed … ... I tried nearly every date for 45mins from Man>HKG>MAN which is supposed to be from £319inc taxes, there's nothing under about £650


Does anyone happen to know why airlines work in this bizarre backwards way ?

I can never work out why you can't search by price - ie, show me all the dates with a £319 fare available !

Nom

Does anyone happen to know why airlines work in this bizarre backwards … Does anyone happen to know why airlines work in this bizarre backwards way ?I can never work out why you can't search by price - ie, show me all the dates with a £319 fare available !



I know, would make life easier eh?

I'm sure they just do it to get traffic on their site. Or there is one strange combination of dates that you can get the price for (though I can't find it)

Try to fly into haneda if you can, its so much closer to tokyo that Narita. Narita is a good hr or so away from central tokyo.

fridgehead

Try to fly into haneda if you can, its so much closer to tokyo that … Try to fly into haneda if you can, its so much closer to tokyo that Narita. Narita is a good hr or so away from central tokyo.



Its a bit of a long walk from there to Hong Kong though. (_;)

Tokyo, Hong Kong, Seoul, Munich....everybody talk about, pop music.

not many intl flights use haneda its mainy for domestic travel

fridgehead

Try to fly into haneda if you can, its so much closer to tokyo that … Try to fly into haneda if you can, its so much closer to tokyo that Narita. Narita is a good hr or so away from central tokyo.



You need to get to another airport within Japan or to Incheon to do that though since there are no flights to Haneda from anywhere else.
Edited by: "Spark" 4th Aug 2010

yeah i ment only if theres a choice, there planning on extending haneda to allow for more international flights though

Always keep an eye on Emirates flights to Japan as they regulary pop up with good deals, also the advantage of flying with them from UK is that the stopover is in Dubai therefore you have 2 flights both taking about 9 hours with a nice break in the middle. If you fly by Luft then its a small flight to Frankfurt then the equivalent of 2 working days sat in your seat to Japan which I personally hate. Emirates also has better service and much tastier hostesses

How cheap do the Emirates deals get?

fridgehead

yeah i ment only if theres a choice, there planning on extending haneda … yeah i ment only if theres a choice, there planning on extending haneda to allow for more international flights though



I read an article in Japan Close up last month which pretty much makes it clear that isn't happening.

The locals quite fancy the convenience but they don't want the traffic and the cons outweigh the pros for them. That airport will just become another London City I think.

londislagerhound

Tokyo, Hong Kong, Seoul, Munich....everybody talk about, pop music.



Anyone take a stab at how long you would need in Tokyo to see a good bit? It's always been on my list to try and get a "stop over" when going somewhere else, but with this deal I'm considering a week there (fly say Mon, arrive Tue, and depart the following Tue) - is 7 nights enough/not enough?

Thanks for any advice!

How do you get cashback?

Thanks

HK cheapest i can find is £600

spartacus101

Anyone take a stab at how long you would need in Tokyo to see a good bit? … Anyone take a stab at how long you would need in Tokyo to see a good bit? It's always been on my list to try and get a "stop over" when going somewhere else, but with this deal I'm considering a week there (fly say Mon, arrive Tue, and depart the following Tue) - is 7 nights enough/not enough?Thanks for any advice!



7 nights for tokyo is fine, at a rush you could do tokyo in 3 days but dont forget about the rest of japan, theres an amazing resturant called kagaya which is a must. Its very small and family run and wierd but soo fun. Any questions just ask, i spent 6 months living in tokyo last year.

spartacus101

Anyone take a stab at how long you would need in Tokyo to see a good bit? … Anyone take a stab at how long you would need in Tokyo to see a good bit? It's always been on my list to try and get a "stop over" when going somewhere else, but with this deal I'm considering a week there (fly say Mon, arrive Tue, and depart the following Tue) - is 7 nights enough/not enough?Thanks for any advice!



4 or 5 days would be OK but accomodation is extremely expensive in Japan and especially in central Tokyo.

Spark

4 or 5 days would be OK but accomodation is extremely expensive in Japan … 4 or 5 days would be OK but accomodation is extremely expensive in Japan and especially in central Tokyo.



You can stay quite cheap in tokyo just stay slightly out of it like aoto which is only like 15mins to uneo, you just have to look around.

spartacus101

Anyone take a stab at how long you would need in Tokyo to see a good bit? … Anyone take a stab at how long you would need in Tokyo to see a good bit? It's always been on my list to try and get a "stop over" when going somewhere else, but with this deal I'm considering a week there (fly say Mon, arrive Tue, and depart the following Tue) - is 7 nights enough/not enough?Thanks for any advice!



When we were living in Seoul we popped over to Japan for a weeks holiday. I would say it's enough to see a fair bit of Tokyo and the surrounding area, though of course you could always do with more time! We managed to make it down to Kyoto, Himeji and Nara in that time, as well as Nikko near Tokyo. Didn't seem that rushed. It's an awesome country to visit.

Does anybody know when the sales are in Japan? Do they hold them in January like in Britain or are they are around other festival dates particular to Japan?

Also I would like to know if there are any good music festivals in the first part of the year. I know of Mount Fuji Rock festival but I think it is around summer.

shedboy89

Im going! fcuk the sightseeing. The flights would be thrilling enough



Agreed- did you miss the A380 flights from heathrow to paris?

THANKS a lot for the comments so far; really helps form an idea of what to do... like visit other parts, not just Tokyo (hadn't given it any thought!).

Since heading "all that way" is there anywhere to visit maybe making use of a cheap easyjet style flight whilst out there for a day or two?

spartacus101

THANKS a lot for the comments so far; really helps form an idea of what … THANKS a lot for the comments so far; really helps form an idea of what to do... like visit other parts, not just Tokyo (hadn't given it any thought!). Since heading "all that way" is there anywhere to visit maybe making use of a cheap easyjet style flight whilst out there for a day or two?



Asia isn't like North America and Europe unfortunately and Asians seldom travel between countries due to various culture, language and immigration barriers which still exist there. The most common short haul trips from/to Japan are either internationally to Korea or to the Northern parts of Honshu like Hokkaido or the smaller Japanese islands like Okinawa but even with those you're looking at around 200 quid minimum.

lilacjumper

Does anybody know when the sales are in Japan? Do they hold them in … Does anybody know when the sales are in Japan? Do they hold them in January like in Britain or are they are around other festival dates particular to Japan?



You mean retail sales?

They don't really have them like we do to be honest but bargains can be found all year round in Japan and Korea. Their retail and e-commerce markets are a world apart from here though, it's difficult to describe in many ways and I think you often have to visit that part of the planet to understand how truly different life really is over there.

Seoul, in particular, is a shopper's paradise especially if you're into clothes, cosmetics or electrical goods.
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